Stephen J. Dubner and Matt Frassica
After the Glass Ceiling, a Glass Cliff
Why do women CEOs often get to lead companies that are already failing?
Why do so many new women CEOs find themselves at the edge of a precipice rather than in a cushy executive chair? In this episode of the popular Freakonomics Radio podcast, host Stephen J. Dubner (one of the co-authors of the Freakonomics books) interviews researchers, prominent CEOs and outspoken former Yahoo CEO Carol Bartz to explain the phenomenon and explore possible reasons.
About the Podcast
Freakonomics Radio is a podcast about socioeconomic issues for a general audience. Host Stephen J. Dubner is co-author of the Freakonomics books. This episode's guest Carol Bartz is the former CEO of Autodesk and Yahoo.
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